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NC: Child exploitation operations net 82 arrests in eight states

[cnn.com- 5/3/19]

 

Authorities in eight states arrested 82 people in operations this week that also rescued or identified 17 children thought to be victims of exploitation, officials announced Friday.

“This three-day operation provides a snapshot of the work that the (Internet Crimes Against Children) Task Force is doing round the clock, seven days per week. Predators are real, and they walk among us,” Alan K. Flora, commander of the North Carolina task force, said.
An ex-school bus driver pleaded guilty to raping a 14-year-old girl. He got probation.

The raids and undercover operations targeted people who had or were distributing child pornography and others who used technology and the internet to exploit children, according to the news release from the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation.

Seven people were arrested after they allegedly traveled to meet and have sex with a minor, the agency said.

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  1. Tim

    North Carolina AGAIN.
    The bible belters sure have issues.

  2. Harry

    CNN is trying to get their ratings up with this sex offender arrest story with holes in it. And they had put a ex-school bus driver pleaded guilty to fill the page, which, had nothing to do with topic. Do NCBI have judication these other States? or is CNN trying made news out of nothing?

    • Tim

      I agree the network tends to promote victim stance but none he sting operations by LEO, both state federal AND local (3) are indeed real.

  3. Tired of this

    And, let me guess (since it wasn’t mentioned in the article): none had any prior record, none were on any registry.

    • NotEasilyOffended

      Very good observation and good point. Out of 82 arrests, none were mentioned in the article to be currently registered sex offenders (which would presumably be a key item). Interestingly, this fact is lost on the general public who use articles like this to again take up pitch forks and raise their concerns about “registered sex offenders” living here or there, etc, etc.

  4. USA

    Well stated. If you go online and attempt to lure and underage child for sex, you should be arrested!

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